After stints in law school and at Wikipedia, Ada Lovelace fellow Os Keyes is challenging tech companies to rethink the gender binary hardwired into their code.
This Beacon Hill leader is trying to thwart environmental plight with optimism.
By looking at the way people in poverty make decisions, research psychologist Crystal C. Hall hopes to dismantle the assumptions we make about them.
Through her work at UW's Stereotypes, Identity and Belonging Lab, Sapna Cheryan breaks down stereotypes about tech employees and Asian Americans.
A recently signed executive order looks to fast-track permitting for coal terminals.
The Duwamish have used the healing spring waters of forgotten Licton Springs for centuries, and landmark designation from the city could protect it for future generations.
Morris Johnson explains how he stumbled upon the field of fire research, how to minimize wildfire damage and the culture shock of moving from the rural South to the Pacific Northwest.
When researchers from Pacific Northwest National Lab analyzed the atmosphere over the Amazon, they discovered how drastically we are changing pure air.
Edwin Ngugi Wanji first came across solar panels while dissecting calculators as a kid. Now he's teaching the power of solar to kids in Seattle and across the world.
Forest therapy offers a meditative alternative to traditionally loud queer spaces like bars and clubs.
To undo STEM's elitism, cancer researcher Tracie Delgado offers burgeoning scientists a network of support.
Marco Hatch, a Coastal Salish scholar, talks about the importance of bringing indigenous knowledge to Western research — and what science loses when we don't.
While monitoring wildlife in the Washington wilderness, researcher Clint Robins found his athleticism was as important as his GRE score.
The state's new sliding-scale approach to funding parks and recreation makes new improvements attainable for underserved communities.
As an atmospheric scientist for Washington’s Department of Ecology, Ranil Dhammapala has become one of the state’s go-to smoke experts — especially now, amid a rash of intense summertime wildfire...
Seeing few astronauts who looked like himself, Livingston L. Holder, Jr. helps young scientists of color see their faces in STEM careers.